Harvard launches new series of videos

Harvard logo on greenHarvard Americas, the San Diego based division of Harvard Engineering, world leader in the design, development and manufacture of energy saving lighting solutions, has launched a new series of videos, showcasing its range of products and services.

The videos cover products from Harvard’s leading ranges. These include LED Solutions, which combines the company’s leading LED ranges – CoolLED drivers and LEDeng light engines, alongside the Custom LED design and placement service – to deliver integrated solutions that provide opportunities to expand lighting boundaries. EyeNut, Harvard’s innovative monitoring and management system for indoor lighting, launched at LIGHTFAIR 2015 earlier this year, will also be showcased in the videos.

The team at Harvard has also created a video which exhibits its heightened service offering. The company prides itself on offering continuous support to customers, from having direct access to over 100 engineers who design custom solutions at the cutting-edge of technology, to having a technically trained sales team that provide 24/7 support to customers.

Antony Corrie, president of worldwide sales at Harvard Engineering, commented,

“Our new range of videos have been designed to give customers an interactive insight into our most recently launched product ranges, as well as our overall service offering.”

Harvard launched its first range of videos in 2014 for the LIGHTFAIR exhibition in Las Vegas. The videos focused on the CoolLED LED Drivers, the LEDeng range of standard LED light engines, and LeafNut, the industry leading monitoring and control system for street and outdoor lighting.

Owen Murray, operations manager at Harvard Americas, added,

“Our first range of videos received a great reception from customers and potential customers. We are looking forward to sharing our new videos with our consumers and seeing the feedback that we receive.”

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